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München, Germany

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Delaware, USA

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About Us

We are an interdisciplinary team of game developers and marine scientists that are united by one common passion - the ocean.

 

We want to play our part towards the development of a global society that is based on sustainability and takes both - human and environmental needs equally into account.

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One day as a researcher

How well do you do as a marine scientist? Look through the eyes of a researcher in the Montenegro Dolphin Research and try yourself in different scientific tasks. “One day as a researcher” is an interactive VR experience to train scientific skills and give an exclusive insight in the work of researchers in marine conservation.

Ocean protection became a pressing need during the last decades. Conservational approaches usually rely on scientific results, which are nowadays incredibly important for the wellbeing of  the human society. However, only a small fragment of society is interested in scientific results or able to understand these results. For a full acceptance of society for conservation based on science, it is necessary to make this science understandable. One day as a researcher uses VR as a special tool to make marine conservation science accessible, understandable and fun for everybody.

 

Become a marine researcher and get a first-hand insight in marine conservation efforts!

During May to June 2019, we worked closely with DMAD and the Montenegro Dolphin Research, to produce a unique new VR experience and put you in the shoes of a marine researcher. Be part of the project and challenge yourself with scientific tasks, learn about an amazing research project and get engaged in marine conservation.

One day as a researcher is an interactive VR experience which educates and informs about the work that scientists undertake to add pieces to the big puzzle of understanding the marine ecosystem and contributing to its most efficient and effective protection. The scientific world often seems to be difficult to understand for non-scientists, but scientific results concern the world of everybody, and should hence be made understandable for everybody. One day as a researcher opens the doors to this scientific world and lets everybody explore it in his or her own pace.